Fans of Destiny will be pleased to hear Activision's first confirmation of the year that the sequel is still on track for a 2017 launch. The news comes from its latest earnings call, where we also learned the first information on this year's Call of Duty release.
As described by IGN who covered the earnings call, a "full sequel" will hit this year that will "broaden the franchise's global reach."
Destiny 2 was first confirmed about a year ago, and most of the team at Bungie is believed to be working on the project. That's about all she wrote right now, but as we get further into the year, and in particular around show season in the summer, expect to see a lot more.
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